Tim Westergren - Pandora founder Tim Westergren is speaking Friday at the SARTA Luncheon. We'll talk with him about listening habits across the country and whether artists really benefit from participating in the internet radio company.
"Robyn is Happy" - A new piece by playwright Michael Elyanow has gotten it's world premiere at The B Street Theare in Sacramento. "Robyn is Happy" tells the story of three women whose lifelong friendship falls apart when one of them starts dating a different kind of man. We'll talk with Elyanow about his work and why he wanted to tell this story, and we'll hear from B Street Theatre Founder and Artistic Producer Buck Busfield.
"Robyn is Happy" stars Elisabeth Nunziato, Melinda Parrett and Amy Kelly. It runs through April 14 on the Mainstage at the B Street Theatre, 2711 B St., Sacramento.
"The Aviator's Wife" - Author Melanie Benjamin is bringing her latest book, "The Aviator's Wife," to Sacramento as the featured guest at the Sacramento Bee Book Club. "The Aviator's Wife," is a novel about Anne Morrow Lindbergh, wife of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh and a pilot in her own right.
Melanie Benjamin will discuss her book "The Aviator's Wife" at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 7 in the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria, Central Library, 828 I St., Sacramento.
Sound Advice: Classical - During Classical Sound Advice, Capital Public Radio's Classical Morning Host Kent Teeters has some danceable music from compositions unrelated to the ballet. We'll hear music from Beethoven, Rameau and Ravel.
Sound Advice: Classical - March 2013
- "Beethoven: Symphonies Four and Seven," Joshua Bell, Academy Of St. Martin In The Fields
- "Rameau: Orchestral Suites," Jordi Savall, Le Concert Des Nations
- "Hector Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique," Orchestre National De Lyon, Conductor Leonardo Slatkin
- "Maurice Ravel: Ochestral Music, Volumne One," Orchestre National De Lyon, Conductor Leonardo Slatkin